THE JOURNAL OF THE POLYNESIAN SOCIETY.
CONTAINING THE TRANSACTIONS AND PROCEEDINGS OF THE SOCIETY.
VOL. 48. 1939.
Wellington, N.Z.: THE POLYNESIAN SOCIETY (INCORPORATED) 1939.
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CONTENTS OF VOL. 48
No. 189—March, 1939.
- The Tuamotuan Creation Charts by Paiore. By Kenneth P. Emory, M.A., 1
- A Note by Captain James Cook on the Tahiti Creation Myth. By A. H. Carrington, London 30
- Native Pottery of the New Hebrides. By R. R. C. MacLachlan 32
- Obsidian Scrapers, Bay of Plenty, New Zealand. By S. R. Mitchell, Melbourne, Victoria 56
- The Easter Island Script and the Middle-Indus Seals 60
- Recent Discoveries in the Middle-Indus Area. By Sr. J. Imbelloni, of the Argentine Museum of National History 60
- The Easter Island Script and the Middle-Indus Seals. Letter from Hon. Secretary, Sind Historcial Society 66
- Memoir Supplement—The Oldman Collection of Polynesian Artifacts 24-31
No. 190—June, 1939.
- An Introduction of Maori Pounding Implements. By W. J. Phillipps, Dominion Museum, Wellington, N.Z. 71
- The Panis of the Rig Veda Script of Mohenjo Daro and Easter Island. By N. M. Billimoria, Karachi, India 92
- A West Coast Tauihu. By John Houston, LL.B., Hawera 104
- Excavation of Maori Implements at Tarewai Poiht, Otago Heads. By David Teviotdale 108
- Cave Drawings near Tongaporutu, Taranaki. By L. W. Delph, M.A., Auckland Institute 116
- Obituary—Sidney H. Ray 122
- Reviews—“The Mountain Arapesh: I. An Importing Culture,” by Margaret Mead; “The Hawaiian Kingdom,” by Ralph S. Kuykendall; “Primitive Hunters of Australia,” by Wilfred D. Hambly 123
- Notes and Queries—The Great Atui Kumete 126
- Proceedings 127
- Memoir Supplement—The Oldman Collection of Polynesian Artifacts 32-40
No. 191—September, 1939.
- Paratui pa. By Leslie G. Kelly 129
- Brief Pukapukan Case History. By Ernest and Pearl Beaglehole, Wellington, N.Z. 135
- Culture and Psychosis in New Zealand. By Ernest Beaglehole, Victoria University College, Wellington, N.Z. 144
- Four Hawaiian Implements in the Peabody Museum of Salem. By Ernest S. Dodge, Peabody Museum of Salem, Massachusetts 156
- Reviews—“Origin Legend of the Navaho Enemy Way,” by Father Berard Haile; “The Native Races of Australia,” by Sir James Frazer; “Migration and Environment,” by H. L. Shapiro 158
- Notes and Queries—Carved Doorway from Flaa, Norway—Te Kaikoura, High Chief—Middle Indus and Easter Island Scripts 163
- Memoir Supplements—The Oldman Collection of Polynesian Artifacts 41-46
- Fiji Plants, their Names and Uses. By Mrs. H. B. Richenda Parham 1-16
No. 192—December, 1939.
- Excavation of a Moa-hunters' Camp near the mouth of the Waitaki river. By David Teviotdale 167
- Mahuhu: The Ancestral Canoe of Ngati-whatua (Kaipara). By Geo. Graham 186
- Patu Miti. A Rare Type. By. F. V. Knapp, Nelson 192
- Review—“Anthropology and Religion,” by Peter H. Buck (Te Rangi-Hiroa) 193
- Notes and Queries—Maori amulet found at Mikonui 198
- Proceedings 202
- Annual Meeting 204
- Annual Report 206
- Members of the Society 209
- Index to Volume 48 218
- Memoir Supplement—The Oldman Collection of Polynesian Artifacts 47-50